Dear Denise and Brooke,
I have no interest in watching a train wreck, be it a real one or the destruction of a person's life. I try to steer myself clear of negative forces and have removed people from my life that don't make me a better person or at least want to be. I could not imagine having Charlie Sheen as part of my family, in any capacity. To have children with him would definitely be the worst in his current condition and state of mind. Really? Why are either of you even letting this man have time with your children? I get that he's the dad but... What possible positive influence could he be having on them?
The Today Show showed him with his live-in Stripper and Model that are helping take care of the kids, The Goddesses as he calls them. Over. My. Dead. Body. The Press has him surrounded and none of us need to witness his self destruction, especially your kids. He's a ticking time bomb and it's only a matter of time before he fully explodes. Right now it's like watching small fragments and mini explosions but I have no doubt a full blown explosive situation isn't far off.
Seriously. If this man gets drunk and beats you why would you ever let him be around your children along side strippers and hookers. Is anyone taking responsibility for the kids? Recently separated myself, I understand looking forward to the time without the kids. In my case, the anticipation is much better than the actuality, but you have people. There must be someone else more responsible to leave your children with so you can go shopping, to the gym, to lunch, fancy dinners and for dating. Use Them.
It is truly sad what this must be doing to your family. Mine is not unscathed. My deceased uncle's son (from a previous marriage, so we're not related) is one of the Writer/Producers of Two and a Half Men so my family (even if indirectly) is affected too, and I take personal offense to Charlie trying to cause the demise of the show.
Ladies, do what's best for the children. I do not believe that Daddy involvement is what's best for them right now. It's sad. It's true.
...and to The Goddesses: Really? Being young and stupid must be great fun and I hope it doesn't cost you more than you are willing to give. The man has a poor track record and subjecting yourselves to potential harm is just foolish. Find another, safer, way to become famous. No one is going to remember either of you for this.
Good Luck Charlie
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